Dumfries and Galloway College has been nominated for three College Development Network Virtual College Awards.
The South of Scotland College has won nominations in the Climate Emergency Action, Digital Learning, and Student of the Year categories.
The CDN Virtual College Awards recognise the talent, skills, and achievements of colleges, their staff, and learners.
They provide an opportunity to celebrate the creativity and innovation that takes place every day in Scotland’s colleges and highlight the positive impact that the sector has on communities and the wider economy.
In the Digital Learning category, Dumfries and Galloway College has been nominated for creating its Student Friendly App.
The college’s Collaborate Climate Change Challenge won the nomination in the Climate Emergency Action category.
HNC Computer Science student, Chloe Flynn, is the hard-working and dedicated young woman to have been nominated for the prestigious Student of the Year Award.
Dumfries and Galloway College is rightly proud of its staff and students and extends its special congratulations to all those involved in achieving these nominations.
Principal Joanna Campbell said: “The CDN Virtual College Awards 2020 are a hotly anticipated date on the college calendar and we’re delighted to have received three nominations.
“I wish to send my personal congratulations to Chloe and all those involved in our excellent Climate Change Challenge and Student Friendly App schemes.
“I’d also like to say good luck to everyone involved and let them know that their whole college community will be rooting for them in the coming competition.”